February 08, 2005
A bit more on international law
Sorry I've been absent from the blog -- I don't have any good excuse, just general distraction. But I have...
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January 31, 2005
What do you mean "we," white man?
I'm on PMC's email list now, and a little while ago the pastor sent along an invitation to an Ash...
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November 23, 2004
Pacifism and passivity
Over at Icthus NJD has taken on a rather thankless task in this corner of the blogosphere and defended Richard...
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November 11, 2004
Word of the day
Theocracy is a form of government in which the governmental rulers are identical with the leaders of the dominant religion....
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October 27, 2004
Two Kingdoms roundup
Not surprisingly, a lot of the Christian blogosphere is pondering the relation between faith and politics. For those missing my...
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August 16, 2004
Journey's end
Hello! I'm back from my trip, and I'm totally exhausted. My mother and I drove yesterday from just north of...
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July 12, 2004
Politics & Jesus links
Tom K. had some remarks about the "burning coals" line I puzzled over last week. Start here and scroll up....
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July 08, 2004
Those libertarian Church Fathers
Clifton Healy has this to say to those who oppose legislating morality: The law is not mere convention--though clearly there...
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July 02, 2004
The blue religion
I have started on the Yoder book, and will blog on it later today when I'm home from work. But...
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June 30, 2004
Be not afraid
As promised, I ordered John Howard Yoder's The Politics of Jesus from the library, and will start reading (and blogging)...
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June 05, 2004
A bit more on God and Caesar
I am too tired today to take up this subject again right now, but Hugo Schwyzer has a post that's...
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June 01, 2004
God and Caesar, part 2
Someone I know said that Pentecost is the most political Christian holy day. Because that was when the Church stood...
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May 28, 2004
God and Caesar
Although I defended Mark Kleiman in his dispute with Allen Brill, I think Allen is basically correct in his complaint...
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May 27, 2004
Meanwhile, on the right ...
Sgt. Stryker reports that the hometown of one of the Abu Ghraib torturers is rallying round their boy, like "a...
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Rather die than kill
Mark Kleiman created quite a dust-up in the blogosphere with this post: Am I the only person who couldn't care...
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May 20, 2004
Words and deeds
My back has finally recovered; thanks to those who asked. While I was out Marvin posted a few pungent remarks:...
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December 02, 2003
Go figure
After weathering various dustups with the Christian right in this country, Marilyn Manson is now the subject of a criminal...
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October 15, 2003
I'm strung out on allergy medicine today and don't feel up to posting, but I haven't completely forgotten that I...
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September 03, 2003
More and still more on the Ten Commandments
A good article in Christianity Today warns against legalism (via Amy Welborn), while Allen Brill discusses Bible interpretation in a...
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August 21, 2003
Who wants to be an Israelite?
I've been largely avoiding the foolishness with the Alabama judge and the Ten Commandments, but I read a couple posts...
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August 18, 2003
The liberal faith
Jeanne and Laura at Interesting Monstah both have good posts up about Christianity and the political left. Laura writes: This...
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